Verndari, Inc. | August 27, 2020
Verndari, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company transforming vaccines with next generation science and delivery technology, announced today a federal government award to support development of Verndari’s VaxiPatch™ alternative vaccine technology. The award is funded through DRIVe the (Division of Research, Innovation, and Ventures) established by the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), under the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
ValGenesis Inc. | September 14, 2020
ValGenesis, Inc., a market leader in Enterprise Validation Lifecycle Management Systems (VLMS), today announced that an Agency of the U.S. Federal Government has gone live with cloud-based ValGenesis VLMS – the industry's most trusted 100% paperless validation lifecycle management system. The Agency is an operational and technical support contractor for one of around 40 Federally Funded Research and Development Centers and the only one focused on biomedical research. It is one of the leading solutions providers for technically challenging problems of national and global importance.
American Robotics | January 19, 2021
American Robotics, a main engineer of completely robotized business drone frameworks, turned into the primary organization affirmed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to work computerized drones without human administrators on location. The organization's Scout System™ highlights progressed acoustic Detect-and-Avoid (DAA) innovation that empowers its drones to keep a protected separation from other airplane consistently. By building up a layered, repetitive arrangement of security that incorporates exclusive specialized and operational danger alleviations, American Robotics has demonstrated that its robot based ethereal insight stage works securely in the National Airspace System (NAS), in any event, when it conducts trips Beyond-Visual-Line-of-Sight (BVLOS) of the administrator.
This endorsement speaks to a huge articulation point in the business drone industry. Earlier waivers and confirmations granted by the FAA required visual eyewitnesses (VOs) positioned along the flight way to keep eyes on the airspace consistently, or required other troublesome limitations, for example, foundation covering. Therefore, the worth and versatility of business drone use in the U.S. has, as of not long ago, been radically hindered or much of the time wiped out.
“With these approvals, American Robotics is ushering in a new era of widespread automated drone operations,” said Reese Mozer, CEO and co-founder of American Robotics. “Decades worth of promise and projection are finally coming to fruition. We are proud to be the first company to meet the FAA’s comprehensive safety requirements, which had previously restricted the viability of drone use in the commercial sector. We are very grateful for the FAA’s willingness to work closely with American Robotics over the past four years on this precedent-setting authorization. With this set of approvals, American Robotics can begin safely operating our automated Scout platform for the benefit of the energy, infrastructure, agriculture, and security market verticals, helping unlock the projected $100 billion commercial drone market.”